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24 Nov 2008 05:11:21

Campaigners call for support for green economy

Campaigners call for support for green economy
Environmental campaign groups have called on the government to invest heavily in green technologies.

Ahead of Alistair Darling's pre-Budget report, both Friends of the Earth and Greenpeace said the report should provide support for the low-carbon economy.

Greenpeace activists scaled the Bank of England to drape a banner which read "Green is Good", and called for the government to set up a specialist bank to focus on raising funds for green energy projects.

"Kickstarting the economy with a green investment — which would be clever, clean and courageous — is backed by Barack Obama, the CBI, the UN, Deutsche Bank and other major corporations. Doing so wouldn't just help the government to escape recession — it would help us to finally escape our dirty and expensive 20th century energy system," said John Sauven, the executive director of Greenpeace.

Friends of the Earth also made reference to US president-elect Barack Obama, who has pledged billions of dollars to creating millions of 'green collar jobs'.



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aussepom wrote:

28 Nov 2008

Then support me and the OZ Injector.
If the testing of a new unit 'OZ Injector' is successful then there will be no need for this.
The first proto type will be finalized this week and testing will start soon after wards, if successful these units can be retrofitted to existing the coal, gas, or diesel fired boilers.
This will be the end of using COAL, GAS OR ANY OTHER FUEL OF THIS NATURE.
All you will need is WATER, the best water for the process would be from a new wastewater process, this is the best for make up water and for IT's FUEL.
All inquiries to Bayliss Controls, Australia at bayliscontrols@hotmail.com or at brianbayliss@optusnet.com.au subject line 'Oz Injector power generation'.
Contact 61 412396140
Brian Bayliss

29th November

The OZ Injector is now ready for the next stage.
The unit has been made and is now ready to have electrical and electronic controls made for the testing stage, there should be some results in the next two to three months.
The success of this unit will start a new phase in power production, powering ships with gas turbines and even the possibility being used in aircraft.
Why can't some of these big companies do something like this?
Brian Bayliss
Bayliss Controls

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